REVIEW: 'Jarhead 3: Benghazi' Is A Powerful Character Study Of Marine Todd
MOVIE REVIEW. Director William Kaufman follows up his smash hit The Marine 4: Moving Target with Jarhead 3: Benghazi, a testosterone fueled, action packed thrill ride, and a powerful study of the personal development of a complex character. The film takes an admirable place in the franchise about how boring being a Marine is.
The movie opens with Marine Todd standing watch over the American Embassy in Middle East. Marine Todd is a true American high school quarterback who grew up on a farm in Iowa and dated the prom queen but she died of cancer so Marine Todd could have a tragic backstory.
Marine Todd is on high alert because the embassy security budget had been cut by wussy liberals. Suddenly the embassy comes under attack by Taliban Al Qaedas! Marine Todd shot them all dead with a single bullet and went to comfort the American journalist who's scared because he's a gluten free pussy.
The embassy is attacked by another wave of the Communist ISIS. They blow open the embassy gate with an …
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